Jesus Land: A Memoir

Religion

Author: Julia Scheeres

“For Julia Scheeres and her adopted brother David, “Jesus Land” stretched from their parents’ fundamentalist home, past the hostilities of high school, and deep into a Christian reform school in the Dominican Republic. For these two teenagers – brother and sister, black and white – the 1980’s were a trial by fire.” “In this memoir, Scheeres takes us from the familiar Midwe….Read More

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